Fast, ultra-reliable fiber networks have greatly improved our every day lives, but could they help save them too? Fiber Broadband Association President & CEO Lisa Youngers explores that question in her latest column for Broadband World News. She writes:
In an emergency, communications to and between public safety services -- police, paramedics and firefighters -- literally can be a matter of life and death. Ensuring reliable communications channels should be a top priority for governments at all levels and for all of us in the telecommunications industry. Deploying all-fiber broadband networks is a key piece, I believe, in ensuring that when you need help, your call will be answered.
To read her entire column, visit Broadband World News' website.